Completed in 1925, this condominium with 127 units is a very homey place to live in. Starting from the very elegant lobby, the attended elevators, to the unit fireplaces, one would simply feel at home in this place. But this is not your usual home; it has a history and an interesting reputation as well. Great men once went in a unit here where they had the chance to discreetly experience pleasure. Though this is no longer the case, the building is still very famous with a number of books and movies inspired by it including James Trager’s book, “Park Avenue, Street of Dreams” in 1990, Harold Robbins’ novel ’79 Park Avenue’ in 1955 and others. Wouldn’t it be interesting to live in a popular place like this, with a great pre-war interior and a convenient location?